One of our core values at Our Savior Lutheran Church is to be accessible. In his letter to the Romans the Apostle Paul wrote how through Jesus Christians have been given access to God’s grace (Romans 5:2). For this reason when OSLC comes together as a community to worship God we try and make it approachable regardless of your background.
As we gather on Sunday mornings each service is dynamic and evolving, integrating new and traditional music and liturgies, drama and creativity. Drawing on a rich heritage of Lutheran worship and song, we gather, listen to God’s Word, receive the sacrament of Holy Communion, and are sent out into the mission field to share God’s love with all people.
Worship services are held at 10am, each Sunday morning.
A number of different musical groups regularly offer the gift of their talents these groups include:
Special Soloists Opportunity
To find out more and get involved in our diverse music groups, contact the church office with your questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In addition to Sunday morning services, we enjoy:
Ash Wednesday Worship
Lenten Suppers and Worship Services (five Wednesdays at 7:00 pm)
Holy Week Services
Christmas Eve Worship
Holy Communion is offered year-round at all Sunday morning services. We have a space in our Narthex for young children, and a separate unstaffed nursery available. Our facilities are wheelchair accessible and hearing assist devices are available in the sanctuary.
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There are many opportunities for people of all ages to participate in the Sunday morning worship and we are always looking to include more people. A few opportunities include: Greeters Ushers Assisting Ministers Communion Assistants Readers Acolytes If you are interested in any of these worship service opportunities, please contact the church office.
Preaching is a central part of our worship life at Our Savior Lutheran Church, as we proclaim God’s Word to be a living thing in our lives. Both in the live event and in the days and weeks that follow, we understand preaching to be a conversation between God and the entire gathered community. We …
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